Point objects mark a single point in 3-D space. They are the simplest objects in Rhino. Points can be placed anywhere in space. Points are most often used as placeholders.
Draw a single point object.
Draw multiple point objects.
Draw a rectangular grid of point objects.
Create a point object on an object at the nearest location to a base location or to another object.
Place a point object at the start of a curve.
Place a point object at the end of a curve.
Change the seam (start/end) location on closed curves.
Create point objects along a curve by the number of equal length segments or segments of a specified length.
Create a grid of points at the intersections of objects and points projected toward the construction plane.
Create a set of vertices from point objects.
Create point objects at specified surface u- and v-coordinates.
Display curve and surface control points.
Display points on the curve evaluated at knot averages.
Turn on control points for polysurfaces.
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